About Deidre Pannazzo

Deidre is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) and Executive Director at Inspired Resumes. She leverages strong writing, blogging, communication, branding and marketing skills – along with her experience of working within the executive search industry – to provide effectively-written resumes and goal-oriented career strategies to active job seekers. Her professional advice has been published on TheLadders.com and other highly-recognized job search related sites.

I love watching The Winter Olympic Games. From the opening ceremonies, through all the ski jumps and triple axels, to the hopeful anticipation and fulfillment of snowy dreams…I find it a bit magical. I also find that what comes with it is a great sense of teamwork and competition, and a clear common goal in mind: to win the

 Writing a thank you note after your job interview is important. Doing so could increase your chances of being considered for the position! Not only does it reiterate your interest in the available role, it also shows your desire to put yourself forward as the best candidate. A thank you note offers a chance to

It may be the occasion for celebrations, but your job search should not take a holiday this time of year.Many job seekers think companies aren’t hiring, and that it’s a good idea to put your search on hold until next year. But this is the time you should keep your job hunt going – and continue to

Welcome to Job Q&A From the Trenches! We answer your questions on building a resume, interviewing, searching for jobs and more – just ask! Q: I can’t fit my resume onto one page. Is a two page resume too long? A: Getting all your details into an effective, concise document is a challenge. Using a

Has it been a couple of years since you’ve updated your resume? Has it been that long since you’ve even looked at it? It’s time to level up your game, and give your resume a refresher. Maybe you’re now on the job hunt. Or perhaps you’re satisfied in your present position and not actively searching

You landed the interview – now what? You may think you can just “wing it,” but that’s not a good idea if you’re really serious about being offered the job. Prepare before your interview to get into the right mindset. Going through this process can be intimidating – you’re asked direct questions about yourself and